Welcome Julia Schulz to the IOTA Foundation

The full article was originally published by David Sønstebø on Medium. Read the full article here.

Julia Schulz joins the IOTA Foundation as Assistant to the Board. She lives in Berlin, Germany. Julia holds a Bachelor of Arts and has worked at the Swedish energy company Vattenfall for the past 9 years.

Starting her career as a team assistant for the Editorial Service, she soon progressed to a role as project manager for the company’s various publications. Moving to Sweden in 2013 she joined Vattenfall’s trading and asset management department as executive assistant, and then became the business department’s communication advisor. During the past one and a half years she supported the Public and Regulatory Affairs department, in consultation management and event planning.

On joining IOTA

Coming from the corporate world, I really wanted to get some insights into different working processes, organisational structure and communication, while working in a much smaller but still international company. I have always been interested in new technologies and when I first heard about blockchain in 2015, I was hooked.

Now even though I cannot program or hack, I am really excited to be part of such an intelligent and motivated team. I look forward to learning and growing with the Foundation.

Modest as always, Julia is a highly intelligent and motivated addition to our team. We believe her enthusiasm, drive, and organization will help the Board to function effectively. Please give Julia a warm welcome!

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